Faith News AnalysisBill McCormick, S.J.January 20, 2021
The full context of Augustine’s line is perhaps not as rosy as Joe Biden might have suggested.
Politics & Society InterviewsBill McCormick, S.J.January 14, 2021
In the elections of 2016 and 2020, Trump lost the popular vote. Yet he managed to win some of the most loyal Democratic communities in the nation.
Politics & Society Dispatches
What will it take to end the death penalty? Catholic activists say a more visceral approach is needed.Bill McCormick, S.J.January 13, 2021
The rush of federal executions was an “aberration” that does not reflect the great successes of the death penalty abolition movement in recent years.
Politics & Society Short TakeBill McCormick, S.J.January 07, 2021
Will the Republican Party reject the counterfeit politics of conspiracy and fantasy? If not, writes Bill McCormick, S.J., the violence of Jan. 6 will not be an isolated event.
Politics & Society News AnalysisBill McCormick, S.J.November 13, 2020
After another divisive election, conciliation will be slow, difficult work, writes Bill McCormick, S.J. And some Catholic thinkers are wondering if the price for unity is too high.
Politics & Society ExplainerBill McCormick, S.J.October 29, 2020
The Catholic case for Joe Biden
Faith Faith and ReasonBill McCormick, S.J.October 07, 2020
We could turn the temperature down if we acknowledge that anti-Catholicism is a real, multifaceted phenomenon that needs to be understood but does not always require sharp denunciation.
Faith Faith and ReasonBill McCormick, S.J.October 05, 2020
According to Pope Francis, “The decision to include or exclude those lying wounded along the roadside can serve as a criterion for judging every economic, political, social and religious project.”
Politics & Society Faith and ReasonBill McCormick, S.J.August 28, 2020
A new proposal for how Christians can engage a post-Christian American politics.
Politics & Society Faith and ReasonBill McCormick, S.J.July 14, 2020
Today all white Christians need to fix our gaze on the suffering Christ in the wounds of our Black brothers and sisters.